Mycronic to Unveil New MYSmart Series at productronica 2017


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Mycronic AB will launch its new MYSmart series, a complete portfolio of dispensing and conformal coating systems for electronics assembly, at productronica 2017, to be held November 14–17, 2017 in Munich, Germany. The new equipment range, whose core technologies are already in use by leading global automotive, aerospace and consumer electronics companies, makes Mycronic the world’s fourth-largest supplier of advanced dispensing and coating equipment.

When Mycronic acquired Axxon in 2016, it gained not only the leading position on the Chinese dispensing market, but also a broad portfolio of high-quality dispensing and coating systems.

“With the MYSmart series, Mycronic has standardized the high-end features of these solutions into every production platform, offering a versatile range of cost-effective new equipment to global customers. Standard features across the range include precision robotics, high-accuracy laser detection systems, automated calibration routines, robust fiducial algorithms, high-speed jetting, and many more,” says Clemens Jargon, VP of Global Dispensing. The full MYSmart series will be showcased for the first time at productronica 2017.

For small-batch manufacturers, a selection of robust tabletop dispensing robots provides varying levels of compact dispensing capabilities. The entry-level MYT10-series is well suited for cost-efficient handling of odd-shaped electronic and industrial packages. The MYT50-series adds more advanced capabilities, including automated calibration and visual inspection, barcode and fiducial scanning, and z-axis laser height compensation, bringing easy-to-use in-line functionality into a space-saving tabletop format.

For high-volume consumer electronics manufacturers, the MYSmart series offers a wide range of economical in-line dispense solutions with the MYD10 platform, together with a comprehensive portfolio of valve technologies. For high precision applications, the MYD50 platform offers even better accuracy and speed. The result is a highly flexible series of platforms for underfill, silver epoxy or flux for semiconductor packaging, as well as high-speed SMA, glob top or solder paste jetting for PCB assembly. The MYSmart in-line dispensing solutions, thanks to their heritage in many of China’s most advanced production environments, make it possible to handle a vast array of current and emerging products, assembly fluids and package types.

As electronic packaging becomes embedded into an endless variety of products, the need for high-precision conformal coating is greater than ever before. The MYSmart series answers this need with the MYC50 in-line conformal coating platform, which combines high-accuracy edge control with advanced feedback systems. The MYC50 covers all types of applications, including spray coating, needle coating and film coating, together with all of the most common coating materials for humidity-, UV- and heat-curing. Wherever products are exposed to the surrounding environment, the MYC50 helps to prevent material waste while ensuring highly controlled coating film thickness, coating area and process speed.

At productronica, Mycronic will demonstrate the complete MYSmart series, thus expanding customers’ capabilities to address future production challenges across more process steps and applications with the highest levels of reliability, precision and automation. To view the new MYSmart series, and to explore the advantages of Mycronic’s advanced automation solutions, visit Hall A3 Stand 341.

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